It’s no secret that the NL Central is one of the most competitive divisions in Major League Baseball, entering the 2020 season. While last year the race for the crown was as close as it gets, this year’s could prove to be much more dramatic.
On the one hand, a sixty-game
The MLB All-Star Game is one unlike any other. It's a requirement for every team to have a representative, no matter how poorly the team is performing. However, some teams have had no deserving candidates, which can lead to some strange selections. Here is each team's most obscure All-Star from
The Cincinnati Reds have not had anything to cheer about in the last five seasons - until now. They spent serious money in the offseason, and now they have to put all the peices together. There are three ways to become a winner in 2020.
The Cincinnati Reds must be .500+
The 2020 MLB season will be one unlike any other. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the season has been shortened to just 60 games. Considering this shortened season, there will be a lot of interesting storylines to watch. Here are some bold predictions for this sprint of a season.
We are getting close. As of this morning, the MLB and MLBPA were getting close to agreeing on a reopening plan for the 2020 season. All that remains as an obstacle in front of the 2020 MLB season is the approval by the government. There will be many changes for
COVID-19 has changed everything. Learning is solely online, so is most of our jobs, and sports largely cease to exist. Yet, Major League Baseball's owners are set to vote today on a return to play initiative. If this initiative is passed by the owners, it will then be sent to